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Revision as of 17:29, 15 June 2015

Term
Winter 15
Lecturer
Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Neckel,
Emily Mo-Hellenbrand, M.Sc., Dipl.-Math. Benjamin Uekermann
Time and Place
see TUMonline or moodle
Audience
Students of Computational Science and Engineering, compulsory course, first semester,
Tutorials
-
Exam
no final exam
Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
4 SWS (4P) / 6 credits
TUMonline



Announcements

Contents

The lab course gives an application oriented introduction to the following topics:

  • explicit and implicit time stepping methods for ordinary differential equations
  • numerical methods for stationary and instationary partial differential equations
  • solvers for large, sparse systems of linear equations
  • adaptivity and adaptively refined discretisation grids
  • applications from fluid dynamics and heat transfer

Basics in linear algebra and differential calculus are required.

Introduction to Matlab

Literature